organizations like the F-D-A - and the Consumer Product Safety Commission. The C-P-S-C reports- more than a quarter-million, toy-related injuries in emergency rooms last year. Many of these eye injuries doctors see - require surgery. Channel 4's Kent Justice joins us live near the Regency Mall - with more on the warning, and ways to prevent injury. 3 3 I'm not sure you can suffer the same damage to your vision when I point a laser at the camera And I'm POSITIVE you won't be injured by these nerf darts I'm firing off your way. But buyer beware - when you're taking or sending those kinds of gift home with a youngster. 00-0404-0821-3846-54 track ) They're fun - but not for everyone.TAKE SOT Michael Ayer confessed in front of his mom - a mom who admits, she didn't feel the need to worry about eye injuring toys for her children.TAKE SOT Carrie AyerTAKE SOT Dr. Petra Duran-Gehring UF Health Emergency Room Doctor Petra Duran-Gehring - says flying objects are a medical concern - but so is the instant impact from a laser.TAKE SOT Dr. again Nerf and Air Zone are only a few brands that may offer options that seem harmless enough to begin with.So to protect yourself - here are a couple precautions.American Academy of Ophthalmology á labels include compliance statement, ensure meets requirements, including power limitations á never aim or shine laser directly at anyone , or reflective surfaces á FDA warns, bright beams can startle, cause accidentsTAKE SOT 3 Kent, do the toys Kent, do the toys themselves have warnings on them like the warnings coming from the feds?